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Results of research in science and technology at the National Bureau of Standards were reported in Scientific Papers. The first 14 volumes of the Scientific Papers were issued as the Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards. These volumes date from 1904 to 1919. The separate papers were called Reprints.
Results of investigations of materials and methods of testing were reported in a
separate series titled Technologic Papers. In July 1928 the Scientific Papers and Technologic Papers were combined and issued under the title Bureau of Standards Journal of Research. Complete scientific reports of the Bureau's research and development, both experimental and theoretical, in physics, chemistry, and engineering and the results of test and instrumentation activities in these fields were printed in the Journal of Research, (available as a separate collection in this archive). The subject matter of the reports embraced all fields of work conducted at the Bureau.Browse by Subject / KeywordsBrowse by date
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